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I came to conclusion that it is often case that both symptoms of multiple sclerosis (a central demyelization process with a tendency to cause both motor and sensory abnormatilities) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (which affects both upper and lower motor neurons) are similar to spondylotic myelopathy ( myelomalacia).What are symptoms of spondylotic myelopathy?

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Well you should know that cervical spondylotic myelophaty (myelomalacia) can cause variety of symptoms and some of them can last for years. Here are some: pain in neck, sub-scapular area, shoulder; sensory changes in lower extremities, motor weakness in the upper or lower extremities; numbness or parenthesis in the upper extremities; gait difficulties, like “spastic gait” that is broad-based, hesitant and jerky; upper extremity hypo- reflexia and atrophy, also bladder and bowel dysfunction may occur.
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